When High Stability is a Must
One Size Does NOT Always Fit Well
When it comes to crystal oscillators, one size does not fit all. Different applications have different power requirements, ranges of phase noise, tolerance for acceleration sensitivity, and more. As a result, different types of crystal oscillators have been developed over the years and are all used for many different applications.
RF engineering is an indispensable part of human space activity. In both the commercial and government spheres, radio frequency signals serve as the backbone of all communication systems between spacecraft, satellites and their control centers on Earth, as well as critical satellite navigation and telecommunications infrastructure used on the surface.
So I hear you're looking for an Oven Controlled Crystal Oscillator (OCXO)? Or maybe you're just interested in learning more about them. Either way, my guess is you're interested in the BEST possible quartz crystal oscillator for your application
One is definitely the loneliest number. So what's better? A single or double oven controlled crystal oscillator?
Modern electronic devices require a frequency reference. In many systems, this reference is provided by crystal oscillators, and the devices are used for many applications, including:
September 16th, 2016